More Than Honor

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Baen, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 384 pages
23 Reviews
In just a few short years, David Weber has shot to the forefront of science fiction with his top-selling novels of Honor Harrington, the finest starship captain in the galaxy. Now some of the top writers in science fiction are guests in Honor's universe, bringing their own celebrated skills to give homage to Honor.

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Review: More Than Honor (Worlds of Honor #1)

User Review  - Mayank Agarwal - Goodreads

A book I will advise others to skip as only the first short story is worth a read and that has been released as a standalone book . The rest of the three stories are not worth reading. 1. A Beautiful ... Read full review

Review: More Than Honor (Worlds of Honor #1)

User Review  - thecryptile - Goodreads

There's good material here, but not much of it. There are three stories (none about Honor Harrington) and an essay about the Honorverse. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

David Weber was born in Cleveland, Ohio on October 24, 1952. He received an undergraduate degree from Warren Wilson College and attended graduate school at Appalachian State University. He ran Weber Associates, a small advertising and public relations agency, for several years. He currently writes science fiction and fantasy full-time. His first novel, Insurrection, in collaboration with Steve White, was published in 1990. He has authored or co-authored over 40 books including The Honor of the Queen, In Enemy Hands, The Service of the Sword, Storm from the Shadows, the Honor Harrington series, the Safehold series, and the Star Kingdom series.

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